“ Julia’s Food Booth” Renne Brown MAT540 Quantitative Methods ...
Julia’s Food Booth Case Problem Assignment 3 Max Z =Profit1x1+ Profit2x2+ Profit3x3 A - Formulation of the LP model x1 - number of pizza slice x2 - number of hot dogs x3 - number of barbecue sandwiches Constraints Cost Maximum fund available for food = $1500 Cost per pizza $6 ÷08 (slices)...
Case Problem “Julia’s Food Booth” Professor Henry Grimm Qualitative Method-MAT 540 March 5, 2012 Strayer University-Allentown Campus JULIA'S FOOD BOOTH CASE PROBLEM Let Decision variables: p = number of pizza slices h = number of hot dogs s = number of sandwiches Constraints:...
Assignment #3: Case Problem "Julia's Food Booth" Page 1 Case Problem "Julia's Food Booth" Jenna Kiragis Strayer University 8/24/2012 Assignment #3: Case Problem "Julia's Food Booth" ...
Assignment #3: Julia’s Food Booth Quantitative Methods 540 Buddy L. Bruner, Ph.D. Shirley Foster 11/25/2012 Assignment 3: Case problem “Julia’s Food Booth” Page 1 A. Julia Robertson is making an allowance for renting a food booth at her school. She is seeking...
Running Head: JULIA’S FOOD BOOTH Assignment #3: Case Problem "Julia's Food Booth" Mat540 Quantitative Methods August 22, 2012 Julia’s Food Booth (A) Formulate and solve a L.P. model for this case. Variables: Pizza - X1 $1.33 $1.50 14 inches Hot Dogs...
Constraint: 24.50 (X1) + 16 (X2) + 25 (X3) ≤ 55296 Constraint: Julia can sell at least as many slices of pizza(X1) as hot dogs(x2) and barbecue sandwiches (X3) combined Constraint: X1 ≥ X2 + X3 = X1 - X2 - X3 ≥ 0 Julia can sell at least twice as many hot dogs as barbecue sandwiches X2/X3...
Julia’s Food Booth Julia Robertson is a senior at Tech; she is investigating ways to finance her final year at school. One of the options Julia has been considering is leasing a food booth outside of the stadium for home games. Julia is considering selling Pizza, Hot dogs, and BBQ sandwiches. As...
A. Julia Robertson is considering renting a food booth at her school. She is seeking ways to finance her last year and thought that a food booth outside her school’s stadium would be ideal. Her goal is to earn the most money possible thereby increasing her earnings. In this case problem, she decided...
Julia’s Food Booth Case Problem MAT 540- Quantitative Methods February 23, 2013 (A) Formulate and solve an L.P. model for this case. The following variables were be used: X1 = Slices of Pizza X2 = Hot Dogs X3 = BBQ Sandwiches The objective is to maximize profit. maximize Z= 0 .75X1+1...
linear programming (LP) problem, the first and most important step is that of problem formulation. There are three decision variables – that is, number of pizza slices, hot dogs, and BBQ sandwiches Julia must sell to maximize her profit and help her decide if she should lease the booth or not. Therefore...
Case Problem Julia's Food Booth Assignment #3 Case Problem Julia's Food Booth A: Formulation of the LP Model X1(Pizza), X2(hotdogs), X3(barbecue sandwiches) Constraints: Cost: Maximum fund available for the purchase = $1500 Cost per pizza slice = $6 (get 8 slices) =6/8 = $0.75 Cost...
Name Professor Course Date Julia Food Booth QUESTION 1: Let: The cheese pizza slices be X1 The hotdogs be X2 The sandwiches be X3 Profit = selling price-cost price 1. Profit on slices of pizza 50 - 0.75 = $ 0.75 2. Profit on hot dog 50 -0.45 = $ 1.05 3. Profit on sandwich 2. 25 -...
A) Formulate and solve a linear programming model for Julia that will help you advise her if she should lease the booth. Let, X1=Number of pizza slices, X1= Number of hot dogs, X3=barbeque sandwiches Formulation: Objective function: The cost and profit for each product: For the price...
Julia’s Food Booth Strayer University MAT 540 January 2012 Julia’s Food Booth A. Formulate and solve an L.P. model for this case. X1 = pizza slices, X2 = hot dogs, X3 = barbeque sandwiches Maximize Z = $0.75X1 + 1.05X2 + 1.35X3 Subject to: 1. oven space: Space available...
Julia’s Food Booth Quantitative Methods (MAT540) Formulate and solve an L.P. model for this case. The first steps involved in formulating and solving an L.P. model include identifying the variables and products to be purchased. Those items include: X1= the number of Pizza slices...
Teneika Smith Strayer University Professor Guo Julia’s Food Booth Assignement #3 A. Formulate and solve an L.P. model for this case. x1=slices of pizza x2= Hot Dogs x3= Barbecue Sandwiches Maximize, Z= $0.75x1+ $1.05x2+$1.35x3 Constraints: $0.75x1+$0.45x2+$0.90x3 < = $1500 (cost) ...
constructed to aid Julia in deciding if she should open a food booth during the football season at Tech High School. The team at Tech High plays 6 home games during the regular season, during which she would be responsible for providing food for the booth, rent for the cost of the booth, and an oven to...
their case study using their own words/thoughts/style, this example is provided as a simple template just to get you started. Your actual Course Professor may provide other guidance, too.) Week 7, Assignment 3 Quantitative Methods - MAT540 Case Analysis Paper Julia’s Food Booth Chapter...
MAT 540 Case Assignment #3 Julia’s Food Booth A. Formulate and solve a linear programming model for Julia that will help you advice her if she should lease the booth. JULIA’S PRODUCT STORAGE VARIABLES COST SELLING PRICE NEEDED Pizza X1 $1.33 $1.50...